Rich Love wrote: > I have spent the past couple of days upgrading my FB projects to Xcode 4 on Lion > I read the following document and it was a big help to get me going > 4toc.com/fb/FB-in-OS-X-10.7.pdf > > However, I ran across some problems that may need to be fixed in FB 5.6 The AppleEvent basis for 'Make Xcode project' is missing in Xcode 4, which is almost impossible to script. Thanks, Apple. We had to rewrite a lot of stuff. Michele reverse engineered the project format and we now directly construct a project file each time. I think this change explains your problem #3. > 1. FB 5.6 is stripping the resources from RSRC files when they are copied to the Xcode 4 project. > (When you "Make Xcode Project" in FBtoC) > This was a bug that was fixed in FB 5.4.8 but has broken again. (or maybe it just does not work in Lion with Xcode 4?) Confirmed as bug. An old-fashioned .rsrc file is supposed to be converted to data-fork when it is copied to the Xcode project, but it remains as resource-fork. > 2. The Appkit.Framework keeps getting added to the Xcode 4 project every time you Make the Xcode project. > So you end up with multiple copies in your project. Yes. Fortunately this is harmless. When the number of duplicates becomes absurd, you can delete the excess items by right-clicking them. > 3. I have several files in my Xcode 4 project that remain untouched by FBtoC with "Make Xcode project" > (At least it appears that way until you realize that there is a linking problem with those files) > Two of those files are used to validate the Mac App Store Receipt for apps submitted to the Mac App Store. > The problem is... > Every time you Make the Xcode project, validatereceipt.m and validatereceipt.h links get broken. > To fix the links, you need to delete both of them from the project and then drag them back into the project. Can you make these files part of the original FB project? That way they should always be part of the Xcode project. Robert P.